The Place

Sundays 2PM-4PM

L Boogie spins contemporary R&B and soul tunes from the 70's and beyond to get you groovin' on a soulful Sunday afternoon. L Boogie can be reached via email at LBoogie@khsu.org.

Lorna Bryant / KHSU

Charmaine Lawson, mother of slain HSU student, David Josiah 'DJ' Lawson, stopped by The Place Sunday, September 23rd for a chat with KHSU's Lorna Bryant/L Boogie. Lawson has traveled to Humboldt County nearly every month since the tragic death of her beloved DJ. Although Ms. Lawson was in town for the monthly vigil on September 15th, she returned just a week later to meet with Senator Mike  McGuire to ask for his assistance in her son's ongoing murder investigation.

In her time in the KHSU studio, several family members called in to express their support of  the Lawson family and KHSU for continuing to keep the name of DJ Lawson alive.


Jason Morales

What the world needs now is love, sweet love. Those are the words penned in 1965 by the seminal songwriting team of writer, Hal David and composer, Burt Bacharach. Dionne Warwick went on to record the tune in 1966. It has been covered by several notable artists - Johnny Mathis, The Staple Singers and Luther Vandross, to name a few.

Lorna Bryant

From poetry to Pelican Bay, fans and family show an outpouring of love for Sista Soul's 36-year run on KHSU. 

"Peace and love, peace and health, fight the power." - Sista Soul

Sista Soul Looks Back

Dec 7, 2016
Courtesy Sharon Fennell

Since 1980, Sharon Fennell, better known as Sista Soul, has broadcast her Bronx sensibilities over KHSU's airwaves and through prison walls. Her final show airs Sunday, Dec. 18.